The study aimed to determine the teachers’ and students’ perceptions of social networking such as Facebook as a facilitative tool for teaching and learning English. The study made us of a descriptive-correlational design in answering the research questions. The respondents were the 19 teachers and 92 students from one private school and one public school in Zamboanga City, Philippines. Based on the findings, the teachers’ perceptions on Facebook is Uncertain. The students’ perception on the use of Facebook as a Facilitative tool in learning English revealed as “agree”. Moreover, the students’ English Competency Level is Competent. There is no significant relationship between the teachers’ perceptions on Facebook and the students’ English competency level. However, there is a significant relationship between the students’ perceptions of Facebook and their English competency level. Furthermore, there is no significant difference between the teachers’ perceptions on Facebook when data are classified according to age, type of school-employed and gender. There is no significant difference between the students’ perceptions on Facebook when data are classified according to gender and type of school enrolled. Thus, Facebok inclusion could potentially enhance language skills, motivate learners to participate in educational activities, help students to gain self-study skilsm access massive amount of authentic learning materials, receive feedback, practice new points and revise previous knowledge.